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Factory Workers, Flickr
Factory Workers, Flickr

OSHA Warns New England Factories To Keep Noise Levels Down

Living on the Southcoast, many residents are familiar with factory work. Either you or a family member of yours may have worked at one of the many plants who have come and gone from this area.

Factories can be a very noisy place, from the humming machinery to loud bangs

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Getty Images

Local Than Sixth Grader’s Study NFL Injuries

Three Leominster, MA sixth grader's may have come up with an idea that's a touchdown! The youngsters, challenged through a great program called eCYBERMISSION, are challenged to find solutions to real life problems.

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TSM
TSM

Dartmouth Gunsmith Disagrees With Obama’s Safety Proposals

Local firearms dealers and enthusiasts are taking issue with President Obama's proposals for new gun safety laws.

Ken Pacheco, owner and operator of The Village Gunsmith in Dartmouth says the President's initiatives, such as a nationwide ban on assault weapons and high capacity ammunition clips, will not phase evil-doers

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WCVB
WCVB

Cyclists Can Honk Back at Cars With New Horn

With a growing number of bicycle deaths and accidents with vehicles, a yet to be released product may serve to cut down on those stats!

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TSM

Fishermen Head Back To School For Safety Training

More than 70 fishermen went back to school Friday, taking part in a fishing safety training program at the UMass School of Marine Science and Technology in New Bedford. 

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